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Dallas Season 5 Episodes:


Episode 1 - "Missing Heir"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 10/9/81;
J.R. and Cliff recognize the corpse in the Ewing pool, then promptly accuse each other of murder.

Episode 2 - "Gone, but Not Forgotten"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 10/16/81;
Watch out, Sue Ellen! She wants out of her marriage to J.R., but he wants their son - at any cost.

Episode 3 - "Showdown at San Angelo";
Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 10/23/81;
J.R. uses Miss Ellie as a pawn to steal Jon Ross away from Sue Ellen.

Episode 4 - "Little Lost Boy"; Written and Directed by Leonard Katzman; 10/30/81;
The custody battle over John Ross leads to a startling courtroom disclosure about Dusty.

Episode 5 - "The Sweet Smell of Revenge";
Written by Linda Elstad; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 11/6/81;
As J.R. schemes against Sue Ellen, Bobby desperately tries to save Pam from a suicide leap.

Episode 6 - "The Big Shut Down"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 11/13/81;
J.R. isn't worried about taking on a Texas-sized loan. He can pay it back - if the price of oil goes up.

Episode 7 - "Blocked"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 11/20/81;
When Jock returns from Latin America , Ewing Oil may be pumping nothing but red ink.

Episode 8 - "The Split"; Written and Directed by Leonard Katzman; 11/27/81;
Jock's division of Ewing Oil shares puts Miss Ellie in command.

Episode 9 - "Five Dollars a Barrel"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 12/4/81;
J.R. is as wound up as a Texas twister when Cliff buys his $200-million loan - and plans to foreclose.

Episode 10 - "Starting Over"; Written and Directed by Leonard Katzman; 12/11/81;
Hello, goodbye. Bobby brings Kristen's infant son to Southfork, and Sue Ellen bids farewell to Dusty.

Episode 11 - "Waterloo at Southfork"; Written by Linda Elstad; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 12/18/81;
Miss Ellie knows J.R. is up to no good, so why is she backing him for president of Ewing Oil.

Episode 12 - "Barbecue Two"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Leonard Katzman; 1/1/82;
Everyone who's anyone in Dallas is at Jock's welcome-home barbecue. Then stunning news arrives.

Episode 13 - "The Search"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 1/8/82;
Three brothers, one goal. J.R., Bobby and Ray fly to South America to join the search for Jock.

Episode 14 - "Denial"; Written by Linda Elstad; Directed by Victor French; 1/15/82;
Where does hope end and delusion begin? Miss Ellie refuses to admit that Jock is gone forever.

Episode 15 - "Head of the Family"; Written by Howard Lakin; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 1/22/82;
Without Jock J.R. falls into the funk of booze and self-pity. And Bobby deceives Pam about Christopher's parentage.

Episode 16 - "The Phoenix"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Harry Harris; 1/29/82;
J.R. is back to his old self, which is bad news for anyone who thinks business and honest belong in the same sentence.

Episode 17 - "My Father, My Son"; Written by Will Lorin; Directed by Larry Hagman; 2/5/82;
Honey, let's forget the last several years happened. J.R. decides he wants Sue Ellen back in his life.

Episode 18 - "Anniversary"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Joseph Manduke; 2/12/82;
Cliff has a fabulous new job offer. Is it a great opportunity or another devious plot compliments of J.R.?

Episode 19 - "Adoption"; Written by Howard Lakin; Directed by Larry Hagman; 2/19/82;
Pam and Bobby get baby Christopher, J.R. gets Ray's voting shares and Bonnie gets punched.

Episode 20 - "The Maelstrom"; Written by Will Lorin; Directed by Patrick Duffy; 2/26/82;
Ray and Donna reconcile. Falling apart: Mitch and Lucy teeter on the brink of divorce.

Episode 21 - "The Prodigal"; Written by David Paulsen; Directed by Michael Preece; 3/5/82;
Blackmail, revenge, suicide, obsession, threats, old sins and new scams: just another day in Big D.

Episode 22 - "Vengeance"; Written by Howard Lakin; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 3/12/82;
J.R. (who else?) figures a way to use Christopher's tragic background as his ticket to control Ewing Oil.

Episode 23 - "Blackmail"; Written by Leonard Katzman; Directed by Michael Preece; 3/19/82;
Crime time in Dallas : Roger holds Lucy captive. And someone pumps hot lead into Jeff Farraday.

Episode 24 - "The Investigation"; Written by Bruce Shelly; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 3/26/82;
Bobby Ewing, hero. He cracks the Farraday case and, with Pam's help, rescues Lucy.

Episode 25 - "Acceptance"; Written by Will Lorin; Directed by Michael Preece; 4/2/82;
Miss Ellie finally accepts Jock's death, while Cliff is anything but accepting when he finds himself fired, broke and alone.

Episode 26 - "Goodbye, Cliff Barnes"; Written by Arthur Bernard Lewis; Directed by Irving J. Moore; 4/9/82;
A season-ending Cliff-hanger: Cliff Barnes lies in a hospital bed, hovering between life and death.





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